About Adopted Children
If you’re considering adoption, you’re likely doing so because you want what is best for your child. Perhaps you can’t provide the life and opportunities you want your child to have, so you’re thinking about placing them with adoptive parents who can provide those things you can’t. But, you may still have some worries about how adoption will affect your child — and this is completely normal.
Fortunately, studies have shown that adopted children who grow up in a happy, honest home are well-adjusted. In fact, they live great lives — especially if their birth parents are involved through open adoption!
Below, we’ve answered some of your biggest questions about adopted children to help you make the choice that is best for both of you.
What’s Being Adopted Like?
If you are a woman considering adoption, your baby’s well‐being will always come first. You probably have plenty of questions about what it feels like to be adopted. Here's what you should know.
How do Children Feel When Adopted?
Adoption is a decision that every prospective birth mother makes out of love. So, it’s normal to wonder, “How do children feel when adopted?” If you’re looking for help, here are some ways to ensure...
How Will the Adoptive Parents Talk to My Child About Adoption?
You may be worried about how the adoptive family that you choose will speak to your baby about their adoption story. But, you’ll be happy to know that many adoptive families are dedicated to sharing...
Adoptive Parents Have Unconditional Love for Their Adopted Children
It’s normal to wonder if the adoptive family you pick will love your child as much as you do. If this is something that you’re concerned about, we want to reassure you that adoptive parents...